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Hello dear DaniWeb users and thanks for reading this thread.

Eight months ago I started a forum CMS project, but alone it's very hard to develop fast and quality. My intentions of writing this thread are to make some interest over the developers of this massively huge website and to take the development of this project ot a newer level. The point of the project is to show the people that there is a forum CMS without limitations in styling and developing through it's restful API (javascript, php, mysql, (oracle sql, mssql and postgresql soon) ). It has a strong sql api similar with codeIgniter's active rec.

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Eight months ago I started a forum CMS project, but alone it's very hard to develop fast and quality. My intentions of writing this thread are to make some interest over the developers of this massively huge website and to take the development of this project ot a newer level. The point of the project is to show the people that there is a forum CMS without limitations in styling and developing through it's restful API (javascript, php, mysql, (oracle sql, mssql and postgresql soon) ). It has a strong sql api similar with codeIgniter's active rec.

The link doesn't work plus if you want freelancers to be involved with your project you should post this in the Busniess Exchange section rather than in the Web Development section.

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